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  1. Not a sparky. Hit me with a PM and we can discuss your options though.
  2. Oooh, black gun casing would be sharp and tie them into the Deathwatch if you want to soup em up...
  3. A dry brush of white over the armor will clean up the wash marks nicely. Perhaps a dark blue for the gun and bring that accent into a couple other places to tie them all together, like the Aquilla on the helmet. Really dig the scheme so far!
  4. 1) DeffWotch = awesome We briefly discussed it in PMs, think I forgot to post pics, sorry about that B) OFCC is great not because it tells you how to have fun, it's great because it tells you "Hey, we all plan on going and having fun this way. If that sounds fun to you please join!" 1 the third) Damn the WDL, it's all about them sweet pins. Looking forward to seeing you there, hit me up and I'll buy you a beer.
  5. No, back to the attitude stuff. It's important. That's the key, the key I think you're missing. Not once in any post about OFCC have you mentioned a model looking cool, or being fun to play against. You've mentioned comparing power levels, you've mentioned generalship and list making. These are all great things to think about but they're not what OFCC is here for. It's a different beast. It's focused on the other side of the table. Is this fun to play against in a casual setting? Is this a cool model you don't offten see because it's not super optimised? I'm not calling you out and I don't want you to feel singled out. I'm just re-stating what this whole shebang is for. It's for fun, it's for inclusion. Are the choices you're making increasing that inclusion or decreasing it?
  6. The twins are actually pretty easy to tell apart once you get to know them a bit. Ed's a hell of a nice guy, fun to have a beer and game with, has a beautiful army. Greg is fun to have a beer and game with, is a hell of a nice guy and has a beautiful army. The easiest way is to remember: Greg has more "G's" in his name and Ed doesn't have any. Jokes aside...solid dudes , 5/5 would OFCC again with them in a heartbeat.
  7. Looks ace! I've always loved jade green accents for space elves.
  8. Can confirm. Time to fill growler between rounds across street? Check Backpack with growler in it to look legit, sweater around growler to keep cold? Check Every room have paper coffee cups and lids in them to totally look uber legit? Check Read about it on some guy's blog...
  9. This. This right here will finally break my "show up late Friday or super early Saturday" OFCC tradition. Bring your -A- game gentlemen, fast and moderately sloppy is my wheelhouse...just like your Mom on a Saturday night.
  10. DeffWotch you say? Hmm seems like the sophisticated choice a truly handsome gentleman may make. I really dug into doing them for this year's OFCC. Did a bunch of mock ups and testers if you're interested in some options I've tinkered with. Ultimately, I changed gears a bit. Doing an all Squigs, counts-as IG list this year. Love me some Orks. If you're interested in what I cobbled together hit me up in the PM's, be a pleasure to walk you through what I was happy with and what I wasn't. Couple "counts-as" tips from a dedicated "counts-as" guy. 1) Do it. Even if you only make a single test piece, you'll learn new stuff. B) Make a couple prototypes. Nothing like buying 30 CSM backpacks and realizing they're not what you wanted to throw a wet blanket on something you were excited to build. 2.1) KEEP IT SIMPLE. You spent 1 million hours on this, you know that the Nob with a harpoon has a meltagun and the Nob with the trebuchet on his back has the plasmagun. Your opponent does not. It may not be optimal for min/max purposes but it allows your opponent to join in on the fun without gotcha moments. My DeffWotch list had everyone with either Stormbolter and Stormshield or Thunderhammer in the infantry squads. Guy with six pistols strapped together and the door to a Rhino on his arm? Easy to tell what he's equipped with. Fore) Pay close attention to the outlines and sizes of original units. Spot on is best. A little bigger is ok as long as you don't take advantage of it. G.2) Do it! Be an ambassador to the sheer fantastic clusterfudge that is Ork Kultchur. Be fun to play against, be humble in loss and more-so in victory. Be awesome. I dare you.
  11. It's pretty cool stuff, I played around with it for a while. I was never able to get better than an OK-ish, single sided press mold out of it though. Make sure it's dry before applying to original, any water droplets will form blisters on your copy. Have everything set up before it comes out of the water. Time from liquid enough to make a mold and too rubbery is pretty short. Don't over-melt it, you're shooting for a chewed gum texture. Good luck and post results! .
  12. Damn you. Now I wanna make an army just bursting with these puppies. Deathstorm launchers everywhere, then take it to a no-holds-barred smackdown like LVO. Imagine being that opponent. Looking at a list full of one, sub-par unit. Thinking to yourself, "I gotta be missing something. He can't have brought 12 Deathstorm drop pods just for the lulz...he must be some kind of mad genius". Then watching the look on their face on turn 3ish when they finally realize, "Nope, not genius, just jackass." That look on their face has GOTTA be worth the price of going.
  13. I really want to make one of these guys breaking Curze's back over his knee.
  14. That's the one! It's like the size of a postage stamp on there too. Crazy what people pick up on sometimes.
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